A Minecraft Misunderstanding Prompts Reflection
by Michelle McNally | Feb 2, 2021
A lot of Minecraft has been happening in the McNally household during this season of social distancing. If you’re not familiar with it, Minecraft is a video game in which players use a variety of blocks to build (and break) their own structures and worlds.Read On
Google Search Console Holds Valuable Information
by Dan Finney | Feb 2, 2021
Many web design agencies add keywords to a site they’re building, but after the site launches, their clients are left to manage their own search engine optimization. SEO is an ongoing process – or at least it should be – but without help, businesses may not know how to monitor and improve their keyword rankings.Read On
Is it Time for You to Upgrade Your Website Hosting?
by Jenny Henderson | Dec 4, 2020
99% – that sounds like a lot, right? It is, if that’s your remaining cellphone battery life or your term paper grade. But if your website uptime is 99%, you might need to part ways with your web hosting service.Read On
What Are the Top ‘Indianapolis’ Search Terms?
by Dan Finney | Nov 17, 2020
It’s no secret that Indianapolis companies want to rank well for popular search terms in their geographic area. Some local businesses add “Indianapolis,” and “near me” to their product and service descriptions, in an effort to outrank competitors. That’s a simple search engine optimization (SEO) strategy.Read On
Reflections from BoxCrush Employee #10
by Michelle McNally | Nov 5, 2020
Ten years ago, around the time Instagram made its debut, BoxCrush hired me as a freelancer. In November 2010, I became the tenth employee – and the first marketing employee – on the payroll, and I’ve been a dedicated BoxCrusher ever since. A lot has happened since that first freelance assignment!Read On